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EMBARGOES 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



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Prefatory note ^ 

General " 

Publications contemporary with early embargoes 20 

International law 30 

Food and other commodities 33 

Munitions in the present war 35 

Speeches in Congress 41 

Index 43 

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PREFATORY NOTE 



The proposal to lav an embargo on the exportation of ood-stufts 
and munitions of ^^-ar has turned the attention of legislators and 
others to the previous experiences of the Government in aying 
embargoes. One purpose of this hst is to direct attention to the 
literature deahng mth these earher attempts, especiaUy of 1807-8 

and 1812-13. . ,. , . ^ .. 

The international aspects of the question are discussed m the 
books and articles hsted under the heading International law. 

The suc^gestion coming from influential sources to make use ot an 
embargo to meet present conditions has led to considerable dis- 
cussion in current hterature. These discussions are hsted under 
the headings Food and other commodities, and Mumtions m the 
present vr^, ^^^th a separate section for Speeches m Congress. 

References on the trade restrictions of other countries are not 
included in this hst, but their decrees on the prohibition of exports 
of food-stuffs and other commodities are pubhshed currently m 
the British Board of Trade Journal. The texts of the decrees are 
printed in full as supplements to the Journal^ ^ ^ ^^^^^ 

Chief BiUiographer 

Herbert Putnam 

Lihrarian of Congress 

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GENERAL 

1 Adams Ilonrv. History of the United States of America. , 
1 Adams, _ lien. ^^^_ c. Scrihner^s sons, 1S91-1901. 9 r. 19^^. 

CoxTBXTS — i-ii. The first administration of Thomas Jefferson. 

1898.— iii-iv. The second administration of Thomas Jefferson. 

1898.— v-vi. The first administration of James Madison. 1901.— 

vii-ix The second administration of James Madison. 1891. 

Embar-oofl794: v. 2,p. 323; Embargo of 1805 suggested: v.3,p 40, 

^5149; Embargo of 1807 r v. 4, p. 152-177, 186, 187, 249-289, 

317-360, 398-100. 432^55; v. 5, p. 33, 34, 35, 37, 42, /5, 77 19o, 

196 254- V 6 p 83; Embargo of 1812: v. 6, p. 193-204; Embargo 

ofl'813: V.7,p.364-390;v.8,p.l0,ll,14. 

16-13886 E302.1.A2d4 

2 Jolin Randolph. 

Boston and New YorTc, Houghton, Mifflin and company 
[19081] 3 V. Z., 326 p. 18'"^. {American statesmen, ed. 
by J. T. Morse, jr. [v. 16]) 

loS^'er^ '■'''' '''''"'■ E176.A53,v.l6 

3 The Ufe of Albert GaUatin. 

PMladelpUa and London, J. B. Lippincott cf' co., 1819. 

v,697p. front., ports., map. 2^"^- 

See index under Embargo. ^ „ „ , ^ * o 

10-30630 E302.6.G16A2 

4 ed. Documents relating to Xew-England Federalism. 

1800-1815. 

Boston, Little, Brown, and company, 1877. x%, 437 p. 23'"^. 

Embargo: p. 59, 79, 115, 128, 129, 133, 134, 141, 191 195, 228 247, 

367 372, 377, 379-381, 392, 404; Its constitutionality: p. bU, /y, 

91 223, 243-245; Passage of the act: p. 188, 247; Its object: p. 79, 

248, 375, 376, 387. JK2306.A3 

8-34790 r8.A21 

5 Adams, John Quincy. A letter to the Hon. Harrison Gray Otis 

on the present state of our national affairs. ^ ith remarks 
upon Mr. Pickering's Letter to the governor of the com- 
monwealth of Massachusetts. 
New-Haven, Sidney's press, 1808. 32 p. 23'"^. 

8-2447 E357.6.P59 

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6 Adams, John Quincy. Memoirs of Jolm Qiiincy Adams, compris- 

ing portions of his diary from 1795 to 1848. Ed. by 
Charles Francis Adams. 
Philadelphia, J. B. Lijypincott d' co., 1S74-1877. 12 v. 
fronts, (v. 1,3,8) 25'"^. 

Embargo: v. 1, p. 491; debates in Senate: v. 1, p. 492, 500-535, 
4-2013S E377.A19 

7 Ames, Herman Vandenburg, ed. State documents on federal 

relations: the states and the United S.tates. 
Philadelphia, University oj Pennsylavania, 1906. 320 p. 
20""^. 

Embargo of 1807: p. 26-44; of 1814: p. 69-75. 
9-23351 JK310.A5 1906 

8 Eabcock, Kendric Charles. The rise of American nationality, 

1811-1819. 
Inew Yorlc and LoTidon, Harper & hrotJiers, 1906. xvi, 339 p. 
front, (port.) 7 maps. 2H'"^. {The American nation: 
a history . . . ed. ly A. B. Hart ... v. 13) 

Embargo, 1812: p. 60, 158. 
6-9272 E178.A54,v.l3 

9 Barclay, Thomas. Selections from the correspondence of Thomas 

Barclay, formerly British consul-general at New York, 
ed. by George Lockhart Rives. 
New Yorl\ Harper d brothers, 1894. 4 p. I., ^29 p. front, 
(port.) fold. map. 23"". 

Embargo on shipping in U. S. ports: p. 255, 271-272, 277, 281, 283- 
284. 
12-30527 E302.1.B24 

10 Bates, William Wallace. American marine; the sliipping ques- 

tion in liistory and politics. 2d ed. 
Boston and Xeuj Yor¥, Hour/hton, Mifflin and company, 
1897. xiv, 479 p. front, (port.) 22Y"\ 

Embargo acts: p. 97-103. 
4-3899 HE745.B33 

11 Bogart, Ernest Ludlow. The economic history of the I'nited 

States. 2d ed. ■ ^ * • 

New Yorl- [etc.] Longm/ins, Green, ami co., 1912. X7\ [1], 
597 p. incl. front, illus., maps, diagrs. 20"". {Long- 
mans^ commercial text-hool's) 

Embargo: p. 124-127, 143, 156, 162, 164, 166, 189, 190, 222, 226, 272. 
12-24930 HC103.B6 1912 



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12 Bogart, Ernest Ludlow, and Charles Manfred Thompson, eds. 

Readings in the economic history of the United States. 
New Yorlc, Chicago [etc.] Longmans, Green and co., 19W. 

xxvn,862p. 21 '"\ 

Embargo: p. 214-216, 419, 424. 
16-15568 HC103.B63 

1 3 Belles , Alhcrt Sidney. The financial history of the United States, 

' from 1789 to 1860. 4th ed. 
New Yorlc, D. Apfleton and company, 1894. 9, 621 f. 

Embargo: p. 285-288. 
11-14300 HJ241.B722 

%\ Boyd, Carl Evans, ed. Cases on American constitutional law. 
2d ed. 
Clncago, CaUaqUn & company, 1907. xi, 827 p. 24''''. 

15 Brown, David Walter. The commercial power of Congress, con- 
sidered in the light of its origin. 
New Yorlc and London, G. P. Putnam's sons, 1910. %x, 



)icm 



284 V- ^0^2 

The embargo measures of Washington's administration: p. 185-188; 
The non-importation and embargo laws of Jefferson's second ad- 
ministration: p. 189-235. 
10-25814 HF1455.B8 

16 Burton, Theodore Ehjah. Financial crises and periods of in- 

dustrial and commercial depression. 
New Yorl-, D. Appleton and company, 1909. ix, 392 p. 
taUes, diagrs. 19^'"' 
Embargo: p. 273-275. 
13-11736 HB3711.B9 1909 

17 Calvert, Thomas Henry. Regulations of commerce mider the 

federal Constitution. 
Nortliport, N. Y., Edward Thompson company, 1907. xiv, 
380 p. 23^"'"'. {Studies in constitutional law) 

7-^50"'"'- '''"'" HF1455.C2 

18 Channing, Edward. The Jeffersonian system, 1801-1811. _ 

New Yorlc and London, Harper & brothers, 1906. x%% p.y 
2 I. [3]-299 p. 21^^^. {The American nation: a his- 
tory .. . ed. ly A. B. Hart . . . v. 12) 

Embargo: p. 211-230. ^ ^^ 

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19 Clark, Victor Selden. History of manufactures in the United 

States, 1607-1860. 
Washington, D. C, Carnegie institution of WasMngton, 1916. 
xii p., 1 1., 675 p. 25h'^™'. {Carnegie institution of Wash- 
ington. Puhlication no. 215 B) 

Embargo: p. 234, 238, 272, 273, 534, 536. HD9725.C5 

16-15333 HC101.C3 no.2 

20 Daniels, G. W. American cotton trade with Liverpool under 

the embargo and non-intercom-se acts. 
American historical review, Jan. 1916, v. 21: 276-287. 

E171.A57,v.21 

21 Dewey, Davis Eich. Financial liistory of the United States, 

5th ed. 
New YorJc [etc.] Longmans, Green, and co., 1915. xxxvii p., 
1 I., 550 p. 20^^. (American citizen series.) 

Embargo: p. 122-123. 
16-6212 HJ241.D4 1915 

22 Dodd, William Edward. The Hfe of Nathaniel Macon. 

Raleigh, N. C, Edioards ct' Brougldon, printers, 1903. 

4 p. I., xiii-xvi, 443 P- 18"^. 

See chapters 14-15. 
4-4560 E302.6.M17D6 

23 Dwight, Theodore. History of the Hartford convention: vdih 

a review of the policy of the United States government 
which led to the war of 1812. 
New YorJc, N. & J. Wliite; Boston, Russell, Odiome, cfc co., 
1833. U7 p. 22'^'^. 
2-17383 E357.7.D99 

24 Embargo. 

{In New international encyclopaedia, New York, 1915. v. 7: 
67.5-676.) ' AE5.N553,v.7 

25 Gallatin, Albert. The writings of Albert Gallatin. Ed. by 

Henry Adams. 
Philadelphia [etc.] J. B. Lippincott cfc co., 1879. 3 v. fold, 
tables. 25 ''"K 

Propriety of embargo: v. 1, p. 367-368, 422; Amendments to law: 
V. 1, p. 377-383; Execution of, p. 384-394, 396-407, 409, 412-415, 
417-420, 427-435, 447-451; Partial repeal: p. 443, 451, 452. 
9-4592 E302.G16 

26 Gay, Sydney Howard. James Madison. 

Boston and Nevj York, Houghton Mifflin company [1909 '^i] 
vii p., 1 I., 346 p. 18""". {American statesmen, ed. hy 
J. T. Morse, jr. [v. 12].) 

Embargo: p. 268-271, 278-279, 295. E176.A53,v.l2 

10-12012 



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27 Gt. Brit. Foreign office. Papers relating to America. Pre- 
sented to the House of commons, 1809. 
London, Printed by A. Strahan, 1810. viii, 178, 4 p. 21 ""'. 
Con-texts.— Papers relating to the encounter between His Majesty's 
ship Leopard, and the American frigate Chesapeake.— Correspond- 
ence between Mr. Secretary Canning and Mr. Pinkney [!], from 
September 23, to Xovember 28, 1808.— Instructioas to the Honour- 
able D. M. Erskine, by Mr. Secretary Canning; and the corre- 
spondence between the Honourable D. M. Erskine, and the 
Honourable Robert Smith. 
7-2-1344 E357.G79 

/ 28 Further papers, presented to the House of commons, by 

Mr. Secretary Canning, relating to xVmerica. Ordered, by 
the House of commons, to be printed, 22d February 1809. 
[London, 1809] 16 p. 33^"^. {[Parliament, 1809." 11. oj 
C. Reports and papers] 57.) 
8-8368 E357.U544 

29 Papers presented to the House of commons, by Mr. 

Secretary Canning, relating to America. 

[London, 1809] 5 p., 1 I. 33^'^"'. {[Parliament, 1809. 
H. oj C. Reports and papers] 250.) 

8-8367 E357.TJ544 

30 Hart, Albert Bushnell, ed. American history told by contem- 

poraries. 
New York, The MacmiUan company; London, 2Iacmillan cfc 
CO., ltd., 1897-1901. 4 V. 20''^, 

The embargo: vol. 3, p. 403-409. 
2-5830 E173.H32 

3 1 Hildreth, Richard. The history of the United States of America. 

Neio York, Harper db brothers, 1863. 6 v. 23^^^'". 

Embargo of 1794: v. 1, p. 483, 497; v. 2, p. 196; Embargo of 1807-08: 

V. 3, p. 36, 38, 40-44, 57, 69, 74, 77, 84, 89, 91-93, 105, 108, 110-116, 

121, 128-130; Embargo of 1812: v. 3, p. 291-295; Embargo of 1813: 
V. 3, p. 455, 476. 
2-2421 E178.H67 

32 Hoist, Hermann Eduard von. The constitutional and political 

liistory of the United States. 
Chicago, CaUaghan and company, 1881-92. 8 v. 23^^^. 
Embargo of 1794: v. 1, p. 120-122; Embargo of 1807: v. 1, p. 200- 
219; of 1812: v. 1, p. 231-234; of 1813: v. 1, p. 253-255. 
10-22032 E183.H76 



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33 Jefferson, Thomas. The writings of Thomas Jefferson. De- 

fmitivc ed. 
Washington, D. C, Issued under the auspices of the Thomas 
'^ Jefferson memorial association of the United States, 1905. 

20 .V. in 10. fronts., plates, ports., facsims. (part fold.) 
22— ''"* 

The embargo: v. 1: p. 483; v: 3: p. 463, 475, 477, 481; v. 11: p. 407, 
413, 414, 439; v. 12: p. xxxiv, 2, 11, 12, 21, 23, 24, 26, 29, 31, 36, 
42, 51, 52, 53, 59, 60, 61, 62, "65, 66, 68, 77, 83, 93, 100, 102, 105, 
122, 124, 129, 132, 136, 150, 151, 152, 157, 158, 159, 170, 190, 191, 
209, 219, 232, 241, 248, ,257, 259, 261, 265, 317, 373, 399; v. 13: 
p. 139; V. IB, p. 13, 14, 21, 27, 69, 143, 144, 145, 228, 261, 308-310, 
314-317, 322, 323, 324, 327, 328, 331, 336, 337, 340, 355, 357, 358; 
V. 17; p. 254; v. 18: p. 257, 258, 261, 263, 265. 
8-30595 E302.J474 

34 Johnson, Emory Richard, and others. History of domestic and 

foreign commerce of the United States. 
Washington, D. C, Carnegie institution of Washington, 1915. 
2 V. 25 ^'^''K (Carnegie institution of Washington. Pub- 
lication no. 21 5 A.) 

Embargoes: v. 1, p. 63, 212, 333-335. 
Also contains statistics of trade during embargo periods. 
16-680 HF3021.J6 

35 Johnson, WiUis Fletcher. America's foreign relations. 

New York, The Century co., 1916. 2 v. ports, (incl. fronts.) 
23cm ^ 

Embargo: v. 1, p. 90; 262-263; on munitions of war for Mexico: 
V. 2, p. 335, 339, 341. 
16-9786 JX1407.J6 

35a Johnston, Alexander. Embargo (in U. S. liistory). 

{In Lalor, John .1. ed. Cyclopaedia of political scienciJ, political 

economy, and of the political history of the United States, v. 2. 

New York, 1899. 24^°'. p. 79-85.) 
Bibliography: p. 85. H41.L22,v.2 

36 King, Rufus. The life and correspondence of Rufus King; 

comprising his letters, private and official, his public 

documents, and his speeches. Ed. by liis grandson 

Charles R. King. 

New York, G. P. Putnam's sons, 1894-1900. 6 v. 23^^''^. 

Effects of the embargo, etc. [Letters, 1807-1809] : v. 5, p. 44-142. 

C-246 E302.K54 

37 Lodge, Henry Cabot. Daniel Webster. 

Boston and New York, Houghton Mifflin company [1909?] 

vi, 372 p. IS""^. (American statesmen, ed. by J. T. 

Morse, jr. [v. 21].) 

Embargo: p. 44-45, 54-55. 
10-12018 E176.A532,v.21 



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38 Lodge, Henry Cabot. Life and letters of George Cabot. 

Boston, Little, Brown, and company, 1877. xi, 615 p- ^'^'^^ 
Embargo: p. 171; Effect on New England: p. 367, 368, 379, 397, 
398 476, 480, 481, FutiUty of: p. 473, 474; Repeal of: p. 494. 
7-14154 E302.6.C11L8 

39 Macdonald, WUUam, ed. Documentary source book of Ameri- 

can liistory, 1606-1913, ed., with notes. New and eni. 
ed., \\ath continuation to 1913. 
]<lew York, TJie Macmillan company, 1916. xii p.. 1 I., 
656 p. 21'="'. 

Embargo act, Dec. 22, 1807: p. 282-283; Non-intercourse act. Mar. 
1 1809: p. 284-288. 
16-2M21 E173.M1293 

40 McMaster, John Bach. A liistory of the people of the United 

States, from the revolution to the civil war. 
New York and London, U. Appleton and company, 1883-1913. 



V. 2 



0-^\cm 



Emb^arg"oofl794: v. 2, p. 173-175; Embargo of 1807: ^'- 3, p. 279-338; 
Effect on trade: p. 412-417; Embargo of 1812: v. 3, p. 449-4o2; 
V. 4, p. 222-230; V. 5, p. 411. E301 M16 

13-20148 E301.M16 

41 Madison, James. The writings of James Madison. Ed. by 
Gaillard Hunt. ^^ ^ 

New York {e.tc.?i G. P. Putnam's sons, 1900-1910. 9 v. 

Embargo: v. 6, p. 208-216; v. 7, p. 468; v. 8, p. 10-52, 121, 185-188, 
^_,--— — E30..M22 

■42 Marvin, Winthrop Lippitt. The American merchant marine; 
: its history and romance from 1620 to 1902. 

■ • - New York, C. Scrihner's sons, 1910. xvi p., I l, 4U V- 

21^"^. 

Chapter 7: Impressment and embargo, 1801-1815: p. 93-13L 
15-2006 HE745.M4 

43 Morse, John Torrey. John Quincy Adams^ 

Boston and New York, Houghton Mvfflrn company [1909 ^ 
mil p., 11., 331 P' IS''"'' {American statesmen, ed.byJ. 1. 
Morse, jr. {v. 15]) 

:a'l20l7" "■ ''"''• E17e.A53,v.l5 

44 '- Thomas Jefferson. r y o y y 9i 

Boston and New York, HougUon Ihffltn company [191 in 

3 p. I., 326 p. 18^"^. {American statesmen, ed. by J . 1. 

Morse, jr. [vi U]) „ ,, 

„ ' ^ 9A7 9«i E176.A53,v.ll 

Embargo: p. 267-281. E332.M9 



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45 Otis, Samuel A. Letter, Feb. 5, 1809, to James Warren relating 

to the embargo. 

{In Massachusetts historical society. Proceedings, v. 45, 1911-1912. 
Boston, 1912. p. 482-483.) F61.M38,v.45 

46 Paine, Ralph Delaliaye. The sliips and sailors of old Salem; the 

record of a brilUant era oi American acliievement. 
New YorJi, The Outing puhlisJiing company, 1909. xv, 
693 p., 11. 24^"^. 

Disastrous effects of embargo: p. 482-483. 
9-16435 F74.S1P2 

47 Pickering, Timothy. A review of the correspondence between 

the Hon. John Adams, late president of the United 
States, and the late William Cunningham, esq., begin- 
ning in 1803, and ending in 1812. 2d ed. 
Salem, Oushing and Appleton, 1824- 2 p. I., I40 p. 2^^'^^. 
Embargo: p. 29-44. 
4-32602 E310.A223 

Same. [Miscellaneous pamphlets, v. 517, no. 33] 

AC901.M5 vol. 617 

48 Pitkin, Timothy. A poHtical and civil liistory of the United 

States of America, from the 3'ear 1763 to the close of 
the administration of President Washington, in March, 
1797. 
New Haven, H. Howe and Durrie ct* PecJc, 1828. 2 v. 
22 i'^"'. 

2-5355 E302.1.P682 

49 A statistical view of the commerce of the United States 

of America. 2d ed., ^\'ith additions and corrections. 

New-York, J. Easthurn ct co., 1817. xii, 445, vii, [/] p. 
incl. tables. 22"'^. 

Contains statistics of imports and exports during the period of the 

embargoes. HC103.P69 

5-23623 HF3025.P69 

50 Quincy, Edmund. Life of Josiah Quinc}'. 6th cd. 

Boston, Little, Broivn, and company, 1874- xii, 560 p. 

Embargo act: p. 120-122, 130; Effects of, p. 138-140. 
4-20386 E302.6.Q7Q7 

51 Rantoul, Robert S. The Essex junto — the long embargo — and 

the great Topsfield caucas of 1808. 
Essex Institute Itistoncal collections, July-Sept. 1882, v. 19: 
226-240. F72.E7E81 



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52 Robinson, William A. Jeffersoiiian democracy in New England. 

Xew Haven, Yale university press, 1916. v-i, 190 p., ^3"". 
{Yale historical publications. Miscellany 3.) 

Embargo: p. 79, 80, 82-84, 156. 
16-22344 JK2316.R7 

53 Roosevelt, Theodore. Thomas Hart Benton. 

Boston and New Yoric, Houghton Mifflin company [1909?] 
vi, 37.2 p. IS""^. {Amencan statesmen, ed. by J. T. 
Morse, jr. [r. ;33].) 

Embargo: p. 93. 
10-12020 E176.A53,v.23 

54 Schouler, James. History of the United States of xVmerica, 

under the Constitution. Rev. ed. 
Neio York, Dodd, Mead cfc company [1894-'=1913] 7 v. 
fronts, (maps) 21^'^'^. 

Embargo of 1794 repealed: v. 1, p. 290; Embargo of 1807: v. 2, p. 
178-185, 194-219, 290, 313, 319, 389-391, 423, 441, 465. 
2-4002 ESDI. S3 7 2 

55 Schurz, Carl. Life of Henry Clay. 

Boston ami New York, Houghton Mifflin company [1909 ^ 
2 v. 18'^'^. {American statesmen, ed. by J. T. Morse, jr. 
' [v. 19-20].) 

Embargo: p. 70-74. 
10-12017 E176.A53,v.l9-20 

56 Seybert, Adam. Statistical annals: embracing views of the 

population, commerce, navigation, fisheries ... of the 
United States of America; founded on official documents 
. . . 1789-1818. • 
Philadelphia, Thomas Dobson d' son, 1818. 803 p. 29<^"K 

HA215.S5 

57 Sparks, Edwm Erie. The men w^ho made the nation; an outline 

of United States liistory from 1760 to 1865. 
New York, The Macmillan company; [etc., etc.] 1901. viii 
p., 1 I., Jf.15 p. illus. {incl.facsims.) W^'^^'K 

Embargo: p. 246-251. 
1-30185 E176.S78 

58 The United States of America. 

New York and London, G. P. Putnam's sons, 190^. 2 v. 
20cm ^ (j^-j-^Q glQry oj the nations.) 

Embargo: v. 1, p. 304-310. 
4—32659 E178.S735 

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59 Stevens, John Austin. Albert Gallatin. 

Boston and New Yorlc, HougJiton Miffiin company [1909^. 
vi, J,.19 p. 18"'". {American statesmen, ed. hy J. T. 
Morse, jr. [v. 13].) 

Embargo: p. 211, 302-303. 
10-12013 E176.A632,v.l3 

Y\ 60 Story, Joseph. Commentaries on the Constitution of the 
United States: with a preHminary review of the consti- 
tutional history of the colonies and states before the 
adoption of the Constitution. 5th ed., by Melville M. 
Bigelow. 
Boston, Little, Brown, and company, 1905, 1891. 2 v. 21^'^'^. 

Embargo, constitutionality of: v. 1, p. 215-217; power to lay: v. 2, 
p. 8-9; 23-26; 176-182. " 
8-27554 JK211.S72 

61 [Sullivan, Wilham]. Familiar letters on public characters, and 

public events, from the peace of 1783, to the peace of 
1815. 2d ed. 
Boston, Russell, Odiorne, and Metcalj, 183/f.. xxiii, 34-5 p. 
18Y'''- 

Embargo: p. 283-285, 305. 
6-9314 E301.S95 

62 Thayer, James Bradley. Cases on constitutional law. With 

notes. 

Cambridge [Mass.], C. F. Sever, 1894-95. 4 v. 24^="". 

Opinion of Judge Davis in U. S. District court for Massachusetts in 

1808, U. S. r. Brigantine "William," on constitutionality of the 

embargo: p. 1786-1794; Opinion of Chief Justice Marshall, 1824, 

Gibbons v. Ogden, on constitutionality of embargoes: p. 1805. 

16-12390 ' ^ JK240.T37 

63 Tucker, George. The history of the United States, from their 

colonization to the end of the Twenty-sixth Congress, in 
1841. 
Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott d' co., 1856-57. 4 v. 23'^'^. 
Embargo of 1794: v. 1, p. 542; Embargo of 1807: v. 2, p. 307; Em- 
bargo of 1812: V. 2, p. 464; Embargo of 1813: v. 3, p. 66. 
2-2948 E178.T80 

64 The life of Thomas Jefferson, third president of the 

United States. 

Philadelphia, Carey, Lea cfc Blanchard, 1837. 2 v. 25'='^. 
See chap. 11-12. 
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65 U. S. Bureau of rolls ami lihranj. Calendar of the corre- 
spondence of James Madison. 
Washington, Dept.oJ state, 1894. 739,70 p. 28<^^. {Bulle- 
tin, no. 4.) 

Embargo: see Index, p. 20. CD3031,no.4 

— Calendar of the correspondence of James Mon- 



66 



69 



roe. New ed., with corrections and additions. 
WasUngton, Depi. of state, 1893. 371 p. 28-^. {Bulle- 
tin, no. 2.) 

The embargo: p. 51, 55, 85, 95, 116, 272, 305, 324. CD3031,no.2 

57 Calendar of the correspondence of Thomas 

Jefferson. 
Washington, Dept. oj state, 1894-1903. 3 v. 28"-. {BuUe- 
tin, no. 6, 8, 10.) 

Embargo: see Index, v. 3, p. 224. CD3031,no.6,8,10 

gg Congress. The debates and proceedings in the Con- 
gress of the United States; with an appendix, containing 
knportant state papers and public documents, and all 
the laws of a public nature ; with a copious index . . . 
[First to] Eighteenth Congress.— first session: compris- 
ing the period from [March 3, 1789] to May 27, 1824, 
inclusive. Comp. from authentic materials. 
Washington, Gales and Seaton, 1834-56. 42 v. 25^'". 

Half-title: Annals of Congress of the United States. 

The embargo of 1794: v. 4, col. 530, 556-557, 576-598, 657-658, 
675-583, 715-716, 731-734. 

The embargo of 1807: v. 17, col. 50-51, 361-366, 1216-1223, 1240- 
1957 1271-1276, 1384-1387; v. 18, col. 1599, 1650-1658, 1660-1675, 
1694^1695, 1698-1713, 1850-1854, 2065, 2070-2080, 2083-2171, 2198- 
2245; 2259-2262, 2814-2815; 2839-2842; v. 19, col. 20-298, 310-319, 
353^09, 474-486, 979-1025, 1352-1422, 1777-1780; v. 24, col. 1379- 
1422, 1587-1615. 
12-36435 J11.A5 

Abridgment of the Debates of Congress, from 



1789 to 1856. From Gales and Seatons' Annals of Con 
gress; from their Register of debates; and from the offi- 
cial reported debates, by John C. Rives. 
New YorJc [etc.] D. Appleton and company [etc.] 1857-61. 
16 V. 26'"-. 

The embargo of 1807: v. 3, p. 640-642; 677-707; v. 4, p. 5-26, 40-42, 
410, 544-550. 
15-8704 J15-^4 



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70 U. S. Deft, of state. Papers, presented to the House of com- 

mons, by Mr. Secretary Canning, relating to America. 
Ordered, by the House of commons, to be printed, 14th 
February 1809. 
[London, 1809] Hi, 6-40 p. 33^'='". {[Gt Brit. Parlia- 
ment, 1809. H. of O. Reports and papers] 39) 

A reprint, with some omissions, of the "Message from the President 
of the United States, to both houses of Congress at the commence- 
ment of the second session of the Tenth Congress. November 8, 
1808, ' ' together with the accompanying documents (correspondence 
of the secretary of state with the American ministers at Paris and 
London) Washington, 1808. Includes, also, a reprint of the 
"Report, in part, of the Committee [of the House of representa- 
tives] appointed on so much of the President's message as respects 
our foreign relations," Washington, 1808. 
8-8372 E357.U544 

71 Laws, statutes, etc., 1807-1808 (lOtJi Cong., 1st sess.) 

The embargo laws. 

[Boston, J. Cusliing, printer, 1809 ^ 35, [1] p. 17^"^. 

9-34978t HF3027.1.A4 1809 

72 President. A compilation of the messages and papers of 

the presidents, prepared under the direction of the Joint 
committee on printing, of the House and Senate, pursuant 
to an act of the Fifty-second Congress of the United States 
(with additions and encyclopedic index by private enter- 
prise). 
{Nev) Yorl-] Bureau <f national literature, 1912. 11 v. 
2o^'" . 

Governor is requested to call forth militia if necessary to enforce 
embargo: v. 1, p. 144; Message of President Jefferson, Dec. 18, 
1807, recommending an embargo: p. 421; Message of President 
Jefferson, Feb. 2, 1808, relative to embargo act, p. 427; Proclama- 
tion of President Madison, Apr. 19, 1809, repealing embargo: 
p. 457; Proclamation of President Madison, Aug. 9, 1809, imposing 
an embargo: p. 458; Proclamation of President Madison, NoA^ 2, 
1810, repealing the embargo: p. 466-467; Message of President 
Madison, iVpr. 1, 1812, recommending an embargo act: p. 484; 
Special message of President Madison, Dec. 9, 1813, recommending 
an embargo: p. 525-526. 
13-9319 J81.B96e 

73 President, 1809-1817 ^[adison) Message from the 

President of the United States, transmitting extracts from 
the correspondence of Mr. Pinkney, agreeably to a resolu- 
tion of the House, of the thirteenth instant. December IS, 
1809. Ordered to lie on the table. 
Wasliington, A. ({• G. Way, printers, 1809. l.j. p. J/'^'". 
11-25221 E336.6.TJ68 



GENERAL 19 

74 U. S. Treasury dept. State of llic finances. Report of Al])ert 

Gallatiii, Secretary of the treasury, Dec. 16, 180S. lOtli 
Cong. 2(1 sess. 

(/n American state jjapcrs. Finance, v. 2. Washington, 18:i2. 

33cm. p. 307-309.) 
On the effect of the embargo laws. J33 

75 Walker, Francis Amasa. The making of the nation, 1783-1817. 

New York, C. Scrihner's sons, 1895. xv, 314 V- ^ double 
maps. 19^"K {Tlie American history series, v. 3.) 

Embargo of 1794: p. 119; of 1807: p. 200-203, 240-245; of 1812: p. 224; 

of 1813-14: p. 255-256. E178.A61,v.3 

2-1697 E302.1.W17 

76 Washington, George. The writings of George Washington; 

collected and ed. by Worthington Chauncey Ford. 
New Yorlc cfc London, G. P. Putnam's sons, 1889-93. 14 v. 

Embargo: v. 4, p. 140, 294, note. 
2-5665 E312.7.1889,v.4 

77 Webster, Daniel. The writings and speeches of Daniel Webster. 

National ed. 
Boston, Little, Brown, <& company, 1903. 18 v. 25^"K 

Embargo: v. 1, p. 25; Constitutionality of embargo law: v. 6, p. 

59-65; On the repeal of the embargo, speech in the House, Apr. 6, 

1814: V. 14, p. 35-46; Considerations on the embargo laws. 1808. 

Are thg embargo laws constitutional? v. 15, p. 564-574. 

3-8922 E338.W4 

78 Wilson, Woodrow. A history of the American people. 

Neio Yorlc and London, Harper & hrotJiers, 1902. 5 v. 

2£1. cm 

Embargo: v. 3, p. 193-194, 198. 
2-25622 E178.W76 

79 Winsor, Justin, ed. The memorial history of Boston, including 

Suffolk County, Massachusetts. 1630-1880. 
Boston, J. R. Osgood and company, 1881-83. 4 '^- 28^'^™. 
Embargo: v. 3: p. 209-210; 626, 643; v. 4: p. 82; 588-590. 
14-13147 F73.3.W77 

80 Narrative and critical history of America. 

Boston and New Yorlc, Hougliton, Mifflin and company 

[^18S4]-89. 8 V. 27'^'^. 

Embargo of 1807: v. 7: p. 274, 340, 482, 520. 
13-14115 E18.W766 



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EMBARGOES 



81 America -Orders iu council, etc. 

Quarterly revievj, Mar. 1812, v. 7:1-34. 



AP4.Q2,v.7 



82 Anderson, Josepli. Judge Anderson's speech, delivered in tlie 

Senate of the L'^nited States, on Thursday the 1st. day 
of December, on the resolution offered by Mr. Hillhouse, 
to repeal the several embargo laws. 
[n. p., 1808^ 18 f. 22'^'^. [Political pamphlets, v. 107, 
no. 13.] 

83 Bayard, James Asheton. Mr. Bayard's speech upon his motion 

to amend the resolution offered by Mr. Giles, by striking 
out that part which is in italics. Dehvered in the Senate 
of the United States, Tuesday, February 14, 1809 . . . 
"Resolved, That the several laws laying an embargo on 
all ships and vessels in the ports and harbours of the 
United States, be repealed ..." 
[Washington, 1809] 22 p. 22'^'^. [Miscellaneous pamph- 
lets, V. 803, no. 8] 

10-6753* AC901.M5,v.803 

84 [Brown, Charles B.] An address to the Congress of the United 

States on the utiUty and justice of restrictions upon 
foreign commerce wdth reflections on foreign trade in gen- 
eral, and the future prospects of America. 
Philadelphia, 0. & A. Conrad & co., 1809. 97 p. 22<^. 
[Political pamphlets, v. 107, no. 17] 

85 Bryant, Wilham CuUen. The embargo; or, sketches of the 

times. 2d ed. 
Boston, the author, 1809. 36 p. 19^"^. 

86 Caines, Clement. Reflections on the embargo, which has been 

substituted by the United States of America, for procla- 
mations of war, and all the evils and horrors of hostility. 
St. Olm.stopher, R. Cable, 1808. 32 p. 19^cm. [Political 
pamphlets, v. 108, no. 9] 
20 



PUBLICATIONS CONTEMPORAKY WITH EARLY EMBARGOES 21 

87 Carey, Mathew. Tlie olive branch, or, Faults on both sides, 

federal and democratic. A serious appeal on the neces- 
sity of mutual forgiveness and harmony. 9th ed. 
Winchester, Va., J. Foster, 1817. 458 j). 8°. 

The embargo: p. 50-51, 131-149; 165-1G9. Includes documente and 
treats of the constitutionality of the embargo. 
1-25930— M 3 JK2263.C3 1817 

88 The Constitutionality of the embargo laws, established by 

precedent. 
Philadelphia, John Binns, 1809. 7 p. 23^"'^. [Political 
jmrnplilets, v. 108, no. 18] 

89 Emott, J. Speech in the House of representatives of the U. 

States, Feb. 6, 1811, in relation to the non-intercourse. 

[n. p., 1811 ?] 37 p. 22'^'^. [Miscellaneous pamphlets, v. 
1079, no. 9] 

90 [Federal party. New York. Sclienectady] A report on the 

present alarming state of national affairs. 
[Schenectady, 1808] 15 p. 21^^. 

Signed by Alex. Kelly and eight other persons. 
9-20477 E336.F29 

91 Gardenier, Barent. Mr. Gardinier's speech in the House of 

representatives of the United States, on foreign rela- 
tions, while under the consideration of Mr. Campbell's 
resolutions. December, 1808. 
[Washington, Russell & Cutler, printers, 1808] 32 p. 21'^'^. 

9-20383 E336.5.G21 

92 [Genet, Edmond Charles Edouard] Communications on the 

next election for president of the United States, and on 
the late measures of the federal administration, with 
notes, illustrations and documents. By a citizen of 
New York. 
[New Yorl ?] Printed jor the author, 1808. 4.0 p. 23'''^. 

9-20178 E337.G32 

Same. [Miscellaneous pamphlets, v. 961, no. 1] 

AC901.M5 vol.961 

93 Giles, WiUiam Branch. Mr. Giles' speech, delivered in Senate 

of the United States, on Thursday, 24 November, 1808, 
on the resolution of Mr. Hillhouse to repeal the embargo 
laws. 
[n.p.,1808^ 36 p. 21^^. 

9-16490 E331.G47 

Same. [Political pamphlets, v. 107, no. 10] 



22 LIBEAEY OF CONGRESS 

91 Giles, William Branch. Mr. Giles' speech in the Senate of the 
United States on the resolution offered by Mr. Hill- 
house to repeal the several acts laying an embargo, 
Dec. 2, 1808. 
[n. p., 1808^ 20 p. 22'='^. [Political pamphlets, v. 107, 
no. 11] 

Same. [Miscellaneous pamphlets, v. 5 4, no. 4] 

AC901.M5, V. 54 

95 Goodrich, Chauncey. Speech of ^Ir. Goodrich, in tlie Senate, 

Dec. 19, 1808, on the third reading of the hill making 
further provisions for enforcing the embargo. 
[n. p., 1808] 7 p. 22''"'. [Pamphlet addresses, v. 29, no. S] 

JA36.P8,v.29 

96 [Granger, Gideon.] An address to the people of New England. 

Dec. 15, 1808. by xilgernon Sidney [pseud.] 
Washimjton city, Dinmore and Cooper, 1808. 38 p. 22 "'\ 
[Political pamphlets, v. 107, no. 15] 

Same. [Pamphlet addresses, v. 29, no. 10] ja36.P8,v.29 



97 Hillliouse, James. Mr. Hillhouse's speech in the Senate, Mon- 

day, Feb. 21, 1809, on Mr. Giles' non-intercourse biU. 
[n. p., 1809 ^ 12 p. 22'="'. [Thorndike pamphlets, v. 13 
no. 2] 

98 Mr. Hillhouse's speech on the resolution to repeal the 

embargo, Nov. 29, 1808. 

[n. p., 1808] 15 p. 22''"'. [Pamphlet addresses, v. 29, 
no. 4] JA36.P8,v.29 

99 Ingersoll, Charles Jared. A view of the rights and wrongs, 

power and policy, of the United States of America. 
Philadelphia, 0. ct' A. Conrad cfc co.; Baltimore, Conrad, 
Lucas c& CO., 1808. 157 p. 22^"". 

9-20394 E336.I47 

Same. [Duane pamphlets, v. 138, no. 7] 

AC901.D8 vol.138 

100 Jackson, John G. Speech dehvered m the House of repre- 

sentatives on Monday, Feb. 6, 1809. 
[n. p., 1809'i] 32 p. 22""". [Political pamphlets, v. 108, 
no. 1] 



•PUBLICATIONS COXTEMPORARY WITH EARLY EMBARGOES 23 

101 Laws relative to the embargo. 

[n. p. 1808 ^ 19 p. 22'^-\ {Political pamphlets, v. 107) 

Interleaved witli circulars, etc., with marginal notes in Jefferson's 
handwriting. 

102 Letters under the signatures of Senex, and of A farmer, oom- 

prehendmg an examination of the conduct of our executive, 
towards France and Great Britam, out of which the pres- 
ent crisis has arisen, originally published in the North 
American. 
Baltimore, Printed by P. K. Wagner, 1809. 2 p. l, 108 p. 



icyn 



9-20400 E357.L66 
Same. [Political pamphlets, v. 112, no. 3] 

103 Lloyd, James. Mr. Lloyd's speeches m the Senate of the 
United States,, on ^Ir. Hillhouse's resolution to repeal the 
embargo laws; November 21 [and 28] 1808. 
[n. p., 1808] 16 p. 23''"'. 

6-26223 HF3027.1.L79 
Same. [Pamphlet addresses, v. 29, no. 1] 



104 Lord SheflSeld and others on foreign ajffairs. 

Edinburgh remev), July, 1809, v. 14: 442-482. AP4.E3,v.l4 

105 McKee, Samuel, Wilham P. Duvall, and Thomas Montgomery. 

Reflections on the law of 1813, for laying an embargo 
on all sliips and vessels in the ports and harbors of the 
United States. 
[n. p.], I8I4. 24 p. 19^^"^. 

'^-7254 E357.M15 

106 Massachusetts. General court. House oj representatives. 

Mr. Crowninshield's resolutions [on foreign interference 
AN-ith American commerce] Commonwealth of Massachu- 
setts. In the House of representatives. November 16th, 
1808 .. . [with] report [of] the committee to whom was 
referred the two resolutions. 
[Boston, 1 808 '{] 9 p. 20^""^. 

^26224t HF3027.1.M42 

107 — General court, 1809. Address to the people of Massa- 

chusetts. 
[Boston ? 1809] 24 p. 23'^'^. 

On the embargo and other national questions. 
8-6917 E331.M41 



24 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

108 Massachusetts. General cowt, 1809. Memorial. To the hon- 
ourable the Senate and House of representatives of the 
United States. The memorial and remonstrance of the 
legislature of Massachusetts. 
[Boston, 1809] lop. 21<=">. 

Protest against the Embargo act. 
10-17535 E336.5.M413 

Same. [Waterman pamphlets, v. 80, no. 19] [Wolcott 

pampMets, v. 77, no. 6] 

109 The patriotick proceedings of the legislature of 

Massachusetts, during their session from Jan. 26, to March 
4, 1809. Consisting of the lieutenant govemour's speech, 
answer of both houses, report of the Joint committee on 
petitions. Gore's report on CrowTiinshield's resolutions, 
report on the lieutenant governour's military orders, with 
three speeches, memorial to Congress, address to the peo- 
ple. 
Boston, Printed hy J. Cushimj, 1809. 2 p. I., 130 p., 1 I. 

8-9311 F69.M41 

110 House oj representatives. Report of a committee 

respecting certain military orders issued by His Honour 
Levi Lincoln, lieutenant-governor . . . with the docu- 
ments referred to in the same. 
[n. p., 1809] 11, [1] p. 2n^'^. 

9-20389 E336.5.M43 

111 Medford, Macall. Oil without vcnegar, and dignity without 

pride: or, British American, and West-India interests 
considered. 2d ed., with a preface, and additions. 
London, Printed for W. J. and J. Richardson, J. Harding, 
and TJiomas Dohson, 1807. xv, 110, 04) p. 24"". [Po- 
litical pamphlets, v. 108, no. 5] 

112 Nicholas, Wilson Cary. An address from Wilson C. Nicholas, 

a representative in Congress from Virgmia, to his con- 
stituents. Together %A'ith a speech delivered by him on 
the biU to interdict commercial intercouree with France, 
England, &c. 
Richmond, Printed at the Enquirer office, 1809. 19 p. 21^^^. 
9-1948 E331.N68 



w 



PUBLICATIONS CONTEMPORARY WITH EARLY EMBARGOES 25 

113 Numa, [/^seu-^Z.] A letter to the Honorable John Randolph. 

By Numa. 
\)i. p., 1810?] 34 p. ^4*='". [Political pampMets, v. 108, 
no. 3] 

114 [Park, Jolm.] An address to the citizens of Massachusetts, on 

the causes and remedy of our national distresses. By a 
feUow sufferer. 
Boston, Repertory office, 1808. 13 p. 21^"^. 

9-20482 E336.P23 

Same. [ThorndiJce pampMets, v. SO, no. 6.] 

AC901.T5,v.30 

115 Pickering, Timothy. A letter . . . exliibiting to his constituents 

a view of the imminent danger of an unnecessary and 
ruinous war. 
Boston-, Greenough and Stehhins, 1808. 16 p. 22'^^. [Po- 
litical pamphlets, v. 107, no. 3] 

Same. Northampton, Mass., William. Butler, 1808. 16 p. 

2§cm^ [Political pamphlets, v. 107, no. 41 

116 — ]Mi\ Pickering's speech in the Senate of the United 

States on the resolution offered by Mr. Hillhouse to repeal 
the several acts laymg an embargo, Nov. 30, 1808. 
[n. p., 1808] 20 p. 22""^. [Pamphlet addresses, v. 29, 

no. d] 

JA36.A8,v.29 

117 Mr. Pickering's speech, in the Senate, Dec. 21, 1808, 

on the bill making further provisions for enforcing the 
embargo. 

[Baltimore, J. Robinson, 18089] 7 p. 22''^. [Pamphlet 
addresses, v. 29, no. 9] JA36.P8,v.29 

118 Political essays. A series of letters addressed to the 

people of the United States. 

Canandaigua, J. D. Bemis, 1812. 1 p. l, [5]-215 p. 15\'^. 

Embargo: p. 100-151. 
9-20453 E357.6.P62 

119 Quincy, Josiah. Speech in the House of representatives of the 

United States, Nov. 28, 1808. 

{In American oratory, or selections from speeches of eminent Ameri- 
cans. Philadelphia, 183G. 22.}'-"'. p. 241-254. fW'aterman's 
Select pamphlets, v. 57]) 



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120 Quincy, Josiah. Speeches delivered in tiie Congress of the 

United States. Ed. by his son, Edmund Quincy. 
Boston, Little, Broivn, and company, 1874. -f^*? 41^ P- 23'^™-. 
Speech on the bill authorizing the President to suspend the em- 
bargo under certain circumstances. April, 1808: p. 31-49. 
Speech on the proposition to revive and enforce the non-intercourse 
law against Great Britain. Feb. 25, 1811: p. 247-273. 
14-21261 E302.Q7 

121 Randolph, Jolm. The speech of the Hon. J. Randolph, 

representative for the state of Virginia, in the General 
congress of America; on a motion for the non-importa- 
tion of British merchandize, pendmg the present disputes 
between Great Britain and America. With an introduc- 
tion, by the author of "War in disguise." 
{NeiD YorTi, Printed.) London, Reprinted jar J. Butter- 
worth and J. HatcJiard, 1806. 2 p. I., xlv, 31 p. 21'^'". 
8-23037 HF3027.1.R17 

Saryie. [Miscellaneous pamphlets, v. 665, no. 1] 

AC901.M5,v.665 

122 Speech delivered in the House of representatives of the 

United States, the fifth March, 1806, on Mr. Gregg's 
resolution for a non-importation with Great-Britain. 

Richmond, Printed hj A. Davis [1806] 54 p. 17'^"'. 

"Second speech of John Randolph, esq. on Mr. Gregg's resolution. 
Thursday, March 6": p. 33-53. 
7-2548 E357.I118 

123 Second speech of the Hon. J. Randolph, on the non- 
importation resolution of Mr. Gregg. 

[New Yorl, L Riley and co., 1806] 22 p. 22'="'. 

10-14320 E357.R16 

Same. [Miscellaneous pamphlets, v. 392, no. 4] 

AC901.M5,v.392 

124 Remarks on the embargo law; in which its constitutionality, 

as well as its effects on the foreign and domestic relations 
of the United States, are considered. Concluding wdth 
a summary view of the present administration. By Civis 
[pseud.] 
New-York^ Porcupine press, 1808. 1 p.l., 4I p. 21<"". 

11-25519 E336.5.R38 



PUBLICATIONS CONTEMPORARY WITH EARLY EMBARGOES 27 

125 The reply of the majority of the representatives from the state of 

Massachusetts, in Congress, to the resolutions and in- 
stmctions of the legislature of that state on the subject 
of the embargo laws. 
City oj WasMngion, A. d' G. 'Way, printers, 1808. 19 f. 

Signed by Joseph B. Varnum and eight others. 
6-26225 HF3027. 1.1142 

Same. [Bailey pamphlets, v. 48, no. 5] [Political pam- 
phlets, V. 107, no. 9] 

126 A Review of pohtical affaii-s during the last half year. By a 

Republican of Massachusetts. 
Printed hy Adams and Bhoades, 1808. 12 p. 22'^'^. [Po- 
litical pamphlets, v. 107, no. 6.] 

127 Smith, Samuel. Gen. S. Smith's speech, dehvered in the 

Senate of the United States, on Monday, 28th November, 
1808, on the resolution of Mr. Hillhouse, to repeal thc^ 
embargo laws. 
[n. p., 18081] 24 p. 22^-"\ [Political pamphhts, v. 107, 
no. 12] 

y 128 Some remarks and extracts, in reply to Mr. Pickering's letter, 
on the subject of the embargo. 
[New Haven, Sidney's press, 1808] 24 p. 22""". [Political 
pamphlets, v. 107, no. 5] 

129 [Stephen, James] Observations on the speech of the Hon. 

John Randolph, representative for the state of Virginia, 
in the general congress of America: on a motion for the 
non-importation of British merchandize, pending the pres- 
ent dispute between Great-Britain and America. By the 
author of War in disguise. 
(London, printed.) New- York, Re-printed for E. Sarr/eant, 
S. Gould, printer, 1806. 43 p. 20^^^. 
11-24309 E336.R19 

Same. [Bvane pamphlets, v. 12, no. 10] aC901.D8,v.12 

130 The speech of James Stephen, esq. in the debate in 

the House of commons, March 6, 1809, on Mr. Wliit- 
bread's motion relative to the late overtures of the 
American government : \\ath supplementary remarks on 
the recent order in council. 

London, Printed jor J. Buttenrorth, and J. Hatchard, 1809. 
iv, [1], 126 p. 21 \'^'^. 
8^639 E357.S82 



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131 [Stephen, James] War in disguise; or, The frauds of the neutral 
flags. 
London, printed. New York, Reprinted Jor L JRiley and co.; 
Boston, J. West; [etc., etc.] 1806. 1 p. I, [i^-ri, [1], 215 p. 

9-20822 E336.S82 
Same. [Bailey pamphlets, v. 16, no. 4] 



132 To the Republicans of the state of New York; reasons of the 

government of the United States for laying an embargo. 
To which is subjoined the prominent parts of the corre- 
spondence between ^Ir. Rose, the British envoy, and James 
Madison, secretary of state for the United States. From 
oflB.cial documents. 
New Yoric, Printed at the office of the Public adveriiser, 1808. 
23 p. 21 ''^. 

8-28367 HF3027.1.T62 

133 Topsfield, Mass. Convention, 1808. Essex resolutions. 

[Newhuryport, E. W. Allen, printer, 1808] I4, [1] p. 22*^^ 
9-20387 E336.5.T67 

13-t A true picture of the United States of America. The 2d ed. 
In which ''Oil without vinegar" is analysed, and proved 

to be rancid. By a British subject. 
London, Jordan and Maxwell [etc.] 1807. xi, [13]-111 p. 

&1 cm 

"Strictures on the pamphlet intituled 'Oil without vinesrar""': 
p. [101]-111. 

9-20150 E302.1.T865 

135 Truth without guile, &c. 

[n. p., 1808^ 32 p. 22^"K [Political pamphlets, v. 107, 
no. 7] 

136 War without disguise; or, The frauds of neutral commerce; a 

justification of belligerent captures; with observations on 
the Answer to War in disguise, and Mr. Madison's exami- 
nation. 
Printed in America, 1807. ii\ 87 p. 21'^"'. 

10-16530 JX1405.W4 

137 [Webster, Daniel] Considerations on the embargo laws. 

[Boston, 1808] 16 p. ^4^'". 

5-19854 HF3027.1.W37 



PUBLICATIONS CONTEMPORARY WITH EARLY EMBARGOES 29 

138 [Woods, ] Remarks, on Mr. Gaston's Address to tlie free- 
men of the counties of Wayne, Green, Lenoir, Jones, 
Craven and Carteret. 
[Newhern, N. C, Watson ct' Hall, printers, 1808] U V- 

Signed: A Republican. 
9-20384 E337.W89 



INTERNATIONAL LAW 

139 Bluntschli, Johann Kaspar. Le droit international codifio 

par Bluntschli . . . tr. de Tallemand par M.C. Lardy . . . 
precede d'une biographie de I'auteur parM. Alph. Rivier. 
5. ed., rev. et augm. 
Paris, Guillauminetc'^^, 1895. xxxii, 602 p. 23'^'". {Fxono- 
mistes et puhlicistes contemporains.) 

Embargo: sec. 509; 669 (note); 674 (note 2). 
4-8225 JX1268.B45 1895 

140 Bonfils, Henry J. F. X. Manuel de droit international pii])lic 

(droit des gens). 7. ed., rev. et mise an courant, par 
Paul Fauchille. 
Paris, Bousseau et c°, 1914. 'viH, 1209, [1] p. 23^^'". 

Embargo: sec. 328: p. 210; sec. 985: p. 703; sec. 1399: p. 971-972. 
15-6791 JX2608.M2 1914 

141 Calvo, Carlos. Le droit international tlieorique ot i)ratiqiie. 

5. ed., rev. et completee par un supplement. 
Paris, A. Rousseau, 1896. 6 v. 25^'''". 

10-155851 JX2984.D5 1 



142 Davis, George Breckenridge. The elements of international 

law, with an account of its origin, sources, and ]iistori('al 
development. 3d ed., rev. to date. 
New Yorlc ami London, Harper & hrotJiers, 1908. xxx, 
673 p. 21<^'^. 

Embargo: p. 266-267. 
8-23585 JX2458.E3 1908 

143 Foignet, Rene. Manuel elementaire de droit international 

public. 8. ed. rev., augm. et mise au courant des faits 
les plus recents. 
Paris, A. Rousseau, 1913. 2 p. I., 430, xxviii p. incl. jold. 
tables. 19^'=^. 

Embargo: p. 281-282. 
13-19641 JX1297.F7 1913 

144 Hall, William Edward. A treatise on international law. Oth 

ed.; edited by J. B. Atlay. 
Oxford, The Claremlon press; New Yorl- [etc.] 11. FrovxJe, 
1909. xxiv, 768 p. 23'^'^. 

Embargo: p. 369, 376. 
10-15076 JX2524.T7 1909 

30 



INTERNATIONAL LAW 31 

145 HaUeck, Henry Wager. Hallcck's International law or rules 
regulating the intercourse of states in peace and war. 
4th ed., thoroughly revised and in many parts rewritten; 
by Sir G. Sherston Baker, assisted hy Maurice N. Druc- 

quer. 
London, K. Paul, Trench, Truhner c& co., ltd., 1908. 2 v. 

Embargoes, historical instances: v. 1, p. 516+ ; Russia and Turkey, 

1853: V. 1, p. 586; Russia and Japan, 1904: p. 587; United States 

and Spain: p. 587. , ^^o 

8-26218 JX2475.I6 1908 

146 Hershey, Ainos Shartle. The essentials of international public 

/ law. ... 

Netv Yorl, Tlie Macmillan company, 1912. 3 f. l, v-xiv%%% 



)icm 



p., 1 I., 558 p 

Embargo: p. 344-345; References: p. 348. 
12-22953 JX3131.E7 1912 

147 HoltzendorflF, Franz J. W. P. von. Handbuch des Volker- 

rechts Auf Grundlage europaischer Staatspraxis. 
Berlin, C. Habel; {etc., etc.] 1885-89. 4 v. 2S^-\ 

Das Btaatspolizeiliche und civile Embargo: v. 4, p. 104-106; Daa 
internationale Embargo: p. 106-116. 
10-19734-5 JX2791.H2 1885 

148 Lawrence, Thomas Joseph. The principles of international law. 

4th ed., rev. and rewritten. 
London, Macmillan cfc co., limited, 1910. xxi, 7^5 p. 21^'^^. 
^^EmWo: p. 337-337. ^^^^^^^ ^^^^^ 

149 Merignhac, Alexandre. Traite de droit pubhc international. 

Paris, F. Piclion et Durand-Auzias, 1905. 3 v. 23<''^. 

L'embargo: v. 3, p. 57-60. jx3351.T7 1905 

0-5 io4 

150 Moore, John Bassett. A digest of international law. 

WasMmiton, Govt, print, of ., 1906. 8 v. 2I,Y^. ([C/. ^-l 
56tli Cong., 2d sess. House. Doc. 551) 

Embargo: v. 7, p. 142-147. 
6-35196 JX237.M7 

151 Oppeiiheim,LassaF.L. International law, a treat^e. 2d ed. 

London, New Yorh [etc.] Longmans, Green and co., 1912. 
2 V 23^'^™'. 

Embar;: v. 2, p. 44^6; 140, 446. ^^^^^^^ ^^^^ 

12— "ooy 



32 LIBEAEY OF CONGRESS 

152 Phillimore, >S'ir Robert Joseph, 5ar^. Commentaries upon inter- 

national law. 3d ed. 
London, Butterwortlis; [etc., etc.] 1879-89. 4 v. 22""'. 
See Index, v. 3 under Embargo. 
10-15576 JX2565.C4 1870 

153 Pradier-Fodere, Paul Louis Ernest, Traite de droit inter- 

national public europeen & americain, suivant les progres 
de la science et de la pratique contemporaines. 
Varis, G, Pedone-Lauriel, 1885-1906. 8 v. 23'^'". 

L'embargo pacifique ou civil: v. 5, p. 717-721; L'embargo par 
represesailles: p. 721-729. 
6-32700 JX2725.T7 1885 

154 Walker, Thomas Alfred. A history of the law of nations. 

Cambridge, University press, 1899. 361 f. 22^^^™. 
Embargo, imposition of in the Middle ages: p. 122. 
12-8171 JX1305.W3 

155 Westlake, John. The collected papers of John Westlake on 

public international law, ed. by L. Oppenheim. 
Cambridge [Eng.] The University press, 1914- xxix, 705 p. 

Embargo: p. 590-606. 
15-9571 JX2688.C7 1914 

156 International law. 2d ed. 

Cambridge,* The University press, 1910-13. 2 v. 22""-. 

Embargo: pt. 2, p. 8, 44. 
11-1990 JK2688.I6 1910 

157 Wilson, George Grafton, and George Fox Tucker. Interna- 

tional law. 6th ed. 
Boston, New YorJc [etc.] Silver, Burdett and company ["WIS] 
xix, 505 p. 20^"^^. 

Embargo: p. 227-228. 
13-21914 JX3191.I5 1913 

158 Woolsey, Theodore Dwight. Introduction to the study of 

international law, designed as an aid in teacliing and in 
historical studies. 6th ed., rev. and enl., by Theodore 
Salisbury Woolsey. 
New Yorlc, C. Scribners sons, 1891. xix, 527 p. 21"^. 

Embargo: p. 170-181. 
7-41047 JX2498.I6 1891 



FOOD AND OTHER COMMODITIES 

159 Against embargo on foodstuffs [Leading papers of the South]. 

Manufacturers record, Dec. 7, 1916, v. 70: 61. ^^^^^^^^^ 

160 [Buckley, Elton J.] The food embai^o. 

Modem werclmnt and grocein) wovU, Dec. A, ^^^^g^g^g^^-gg 

161 Cotton movement and crop of 1915-16. 

Commercial and financial chromcle, Aug. 26, 1.916, t. lUJ. 
720-732. HGl.C7,v.l03 

162 Embargo. 

O^ratvve miller, Dec, 1916, v. 21: J,S9. TS2l20.O6,v.21 

163 The embargo (editorial). 

.\>(/; Tori' rimes, iVov. 2J,, 1916, p. 12, cols. 1-2. 

164 Embargo aimed at allies. 

Xew York Times, Aug. 18, 1916, p. 1, col. 2. 

ir.^ The embargo crusade. 

^ AmeriZn miller, De.. U me, r. 44: '0<^-'0^^^^^^^^^^ 

167 An Embargo on foodstuffs or cotton would be national highway 

robbery. 
Manufacturers record, Nov. 30, 1916, v. tO: ^1. ^^^ ^^^^^q 

168 Embargoes.^^ ^^^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^ ^^^^^ ^ ^^^. ^ hg4501.F5,v.27 

169 Embargoes on exports never profitable. 

Manufacturers record, Nov. 9, 1916, v. 70: ^8. ^^^^^^^^q 

170 Food embargo bill. 

Modem miller, Nov. 25, 1916, v. 1,2: 22. TS2120.M8,v.42 

171 The food question and its vital relation to the nation's welfare. 

Manufacturers record, Nov. 9, 1916, v. 70: -^^^-^ao p6,v.46 

Dixie miller, Nov., 1916, v. 46: 23-24. TSl.M3,v.70 

33 



34 LIBRARY OF COXGRESS 

172 Growth of United States not in greater ratio than food supply. 

Commercial ami jiiiancial chronicle, Aug. 12, 1916, v. 103: 
536-537. HGi.C7,v.i03 

173 Hess, Ralph H. Futihty of a food embargo. 

Annalist, Dec. 4, 1916, v. S: 709. HGl.N6,v.8 

174 Lansing sees embargo as domestic question. 

XeiD Yorl Times, Nov. 24, 1916, p. 8, col. 2. 

175 Logan, Thomas F. The folly of an embargo on exports of 

foodstuffs. 
Manufacturers record, Nov. 30, 1916, v. 70: 4.6. 

TSl.M3,v.70 

176 McDonald, S. F. Will there be a wheat embargo? 

National haTcer, Nov. 15, 1916, v. 21: 28. TX761.N27,v.21 

177 No embargo. [Editorial from Xew York Sun.] 

Modem miller, Nov. 25, 1916, v. 42: 13. TS2l20.M8,v.42 

178 Pritchard, Joseph F. The grain trade review. 

Modern miller, Nov. 25, 1916, v. 42: 28. 

Possible embargo given attention. TS2120.M8,v.42 

179 The proposed food embargo. 

Ontlool-, Dec. 6, 1916, v. 114: 745. AP2.08,v.ll4 

180 Ringwalt, Roland. Export duties or embargoes. 

Protectionist, Mar. 1915, v. 26: 701-702. 

HF1750.P8,v.26 

181 The talk of an embargo. 

Nation, Nov. 30, 1916, v. 103: 499. AP2.N2,v.l03 

182 Vote for reprisals to aid our trade. 

New Yorlc Times, Aug. 30, 1916, p. 6, col 3. 

183 War influences active factors in the market. 

Grain dealers journal, Oct. 10, 1916, v. 37: 572. 

HD9030.1.G7,v.37 

184 Why an embargo on wheat and flour alone? 

American miller, Nov. 1, 1916, v. 4A'- 925. 

TS2120.A5,v.44 



MUNITIONS IN THE PRESENT WAR 
BOOKS 

185 American academy of political and social science, Phila- 

delphia. America's interests as affected hy the Euro- 
pean war. 
Philadelphia, American academy of political and social 
science, 1915. vi, 282 p. 2IfY"'. (Its Annals, vol. lx 
[whole no. 149]) 

The right of citizens of neutral countries to sell and export arms and 

munitions of war to belligerents, by W. C. Dennis: p. 168-182; 

The sale of munitions of war by neutrals to belligerents, by C. 

N. Gregory: p. 183-191; An argument against the exportation of 

arms, bv E. von Mach: p. 192-194. Hl.A4,v.60 

15-15732 ' HC106.2.A5 

186 Clapp, Edwin Jones. Economic aspects of the war; neutral 

rights, belligerent claims and American commerce in tlie 
years 1914-1915. 
New Haven, Yale university press; [etc., etc.] 1915. xiv p., 
11., 340 p., 11. 21''^. 

See Index. 
15-19826 D635.C55 

187 [Hale, William Bayard] The exportation of arms and muni- 

tions of war: should the United States government allow 
it or forbid it ? A discussion. 
[n. p.] The Organization of American ivomen for strict neu- 
trality, 1915. 32 p. incl. front. 22Y'^. 

Contents — The exportation of arms and munitions of war: should the 
United States government allow it or forbid it? By W. B. Hale. — 
A revolting traffic, by R. M. La FoUette. — Views of an old- 
fashioned Friend [by W. Harlan] — Our right to stop the traffic, by 
C. Xagel. — Endangering peace to enrich a few, by C. H. Taven- 
ner. — False neutrality and retributive justice, by S. G. Porter. — 
The ghosts of the slain. From the Christian herald.— America's 
contribution. 
15-24232 JX5371.H33 

188 Oklahoma. University. University extension division. Dept. 

of puhlic information and welfare. SelUng munitions of 
war. 

Norman,OB., The Vniversity [1915] 64 p. 22'"K (Bulletin 
of the University of OMahoma . Nev: ser. no. 101. Uni- 
versity extension ser. no. 26) 

"Bibliography, embargo on munitions of war, from Reader's guide": 
p. 63-64. 
16-27073 JX5390.04 



36 LIBEARY OF CONGRESS 

189 U. S. Congress. House. Committee on foreign affairs. Expor- 

tations of munitions of war; hearings on H, J. Res. 377, 
and 378, Dec. 30, and 31, 1914 [Jan. 4 and 5, 1915]. 
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1915. 47, 2, 49-152 i). 23'''". 

Statements of Henry Vollmer, Richard Bartholclt and others. 

JX5390.U6 1915 

190 Senate. Committee on foreign relations. Prohibition of 

exportation of munitions of war. Hearing . . . 63d 
Cong., 3d sess. on S. 6688 a bill to prohibit . . . selling 
arms, ammunition, artillery, and explosives of any kiml 
for exportation during the existence of war . . . and S. 
6862 A bill to forbid the furnishing of war materials to 
belhgerent nations. 

Washington, Govt, print, off., 1915. 22 p. 22"". 

JX5390.IT6 1915b 

191 Dept. of commerce. Exportation of munitions of war. 

Letter from the secretary of commerce, transmitting, in 
response to a Senate resolution of December 7, 1914, 
information relative to what extent arms and munitions 
of war have been exported from the United States to the 
belhgerent nations abroad. 

[ Washington, Govt, print, off., 1914] 3 p. 2Jf^. (63d Cong., 
3d sess. Senate. Doc. 660) 
14-30901 HD9743.TJ6A4 1914 

192 Same. Further response. Jan. 18, 1915. 

[Washington, Govt, print, off., 1915] 2 p. 24'"^. (63d 
Cong., 3d sess. Senate. Doc. 660, pt. 2) 

193 Dept. of state. Diplomatic correspondence with bel- 
ligerent governments relatmg to neutral rights and 
commerce. 

Washington, Govt, print, off'., 1915. 1 p. I., 198 p. 33¥^. 
The sale of munitions of war to belligerents: p. 193-197. 
15-28000 D619.A4 1915 b 

194 Woods, iVnderson. The exportation of arms. 

[n. p., 1915 ?] 2 p. I., 29 p. 25h"^. 

15-15797 JX5371.W7 



ARTICLES IN PERIODICALS 

1 05 1914 Embargo movomcnt. 

Independent, Dec. 28, 1914, v. 80:491. AP2.I53,v.80 

196 Our right to arm the warring nations. 

Uterary digest, Dec. 19, 1914, v. 49:1208. AP2.L58,v.49 

197 Move to keep om- guns out of Europe. 

Literary digest, Dec. 26, 1914, v. 49:1259-1260. 

AP2.L58,v.49 

198 1915 Press poll on prohibiting the export of arms. 

Literary digest, Feb. 6, 1915, v. 60:225-226. AP2.L58,v.50 

199 Gregory, C. N. Should neutrals refuse to sell arms to 

warring nations ? 
OutlooJc, Mar. 3, 1915, v. 109: 519-520, 529. AP2.08,v.l09 

200 Whelpley, J. D. America's unsheathed weapon. 

Fortnightly review, Apr. 1915, v. 103: 715-721. AP4.F7,v.l03 
Living age, May 29, 1915, v. 285: 515-520. AP2.L65,v.285 

201 What ought we to do? 

Independent, Apr. 26, 1915, v. 82: 131-132. AP2.I53,v.8 

202 Business of seUing death. 

Independent, Apr. 26, 1915, v. 82: 141-143. AP2.I53,v.82 

203 Advertising-crusade against our traffic in arms. 

Literary digest, Apr. 17, 1915, v. 50: 861-862. AP2.L58,v.50 

204 Germany challenges our neutrality. 

Literary digest, Apr. 24, 1915, v. 50: 937-939. AP2.L58,v.50 

205 Refusing to aid slaughter. 

Literary digest, Apr. 24, 1915, v. 50: 960. AP2.L58,v.50 

206 Anns and advertisements. 

Outlool-, Apr. 14, 1915, v. 109: 860-861. AP2.O8,v.l09 

207 Ambassador Bernstorff's memorandum. 

Outlool:, Apr. 21, 1915, v. 109: 916-918. AP2.08,v.l09 

208 Our share in the slaughter. 

Literary digest, May 1, 1915, v. 50: 1037, AP2.L58,v.50 

37 



38 LIBFvAEY OF CONGEESS 

209 To stop war exports by lawsuit. 

Literary digest, May 15, 1916, v. 50: IISS. AP2.L58,v.50 

210 Allinson, B. D. To nationalize arms-making. 

New Republic, May 29, 1915, v. 3: 98. AP2.N624,v.3 

211 Speare, C. F. War contracts in the United States. 

American review of reviews, June, 1915, v. 51: 7:24-727. 

AP2.R4,v.51 

212 Efforts to halt arms exports. 

Literary digest, June 26, 1915, v. 50: 1520-1521. 

AP2.L58,v.50 

213 How fast can the United States make arms and ammmiition ? 

^VorlVs worJc, June, 1915, v. 30: 137-142. AP2.W8,v.30 

214 Sale of arms and ammunition by American merchants to 

belligerents. 
American journal of international law, July, 1915, v. 9: 6S7- 
694. ' JXl.A6,v.9 

215 Correspondence relating to trade in munitions of war. Ger- 

many-Austria-United States. 
American journal of international law, v. 9, special numher, 
July, 1915: 125-129, 146-149, 166-172. jxl.A6,v.9 

216 War orders and American industry; opinions from leading 

manufacturers. 
Engineering magazine, July, 1915, v. 4^: 4^1-4^^. 

TAl.E59,v.49 

217 Germany and the munitions of war. 

Living' age, July 17, 1915, v. 286: 188-190. AP2.L65, v.286 

218 Why America exports arms. 

New KepuUic, July 10, 1915, v. 3: 241-242. ap2.N624,v.3 

219 White, H. SeUing arms to the allies. 

Nortli American review, July, 1915, v. 202: 53-58. 

AP2.N7,v.202 



220 



American munitions as the decisive factor in the European 



war. 



Current opinion, Aug. 1915, v. 59: 77-81. AP2.C9,v.59 



221 Reply to Austria. 

Nation (New Yorl), Aug. 19, 1915, v. 101: 219-220. 

AP2.N2,v.l01 



ARTICLES IN PEKIODICALS 39 

222 Export of munitions. 

Outlool:, Aug. 11, 1915, v. 110: SJ^l-S^S. AP2.08,v.ll0 

223 American trade in arms. 

Outlool; Aug. 25, 1915, v. 110: 951-953. AP2.08,v.lll 

224 Justifying munition exports. 

Literary digest, Aug. 28, 1915, v. 51: S89-390. AP2.L58,v.5l 

225 Middleton, J. American trade in war time. 

World's ivorl:, Aug. 1915, v. 30: Ul-U^- AP2.W8,v.30 

226 Our arms trade and Austria. 

American review of reviews, Sept. 1915, v. 52: 279-280. 

AP2.Il4,v.52 

227 The case for the munitions trade. 

American reviews of reviews, Sept. 1915, v. 52: 350-3ol. 

AP2.R4,v.52 

228 Selling death. 

Independent, Sept. 6, 1915, v. 83 : 312-313. AP2.I53,v.83 

229 Austria's note and the American reply respecting American 

shipments of arms and ammunition. 
New Yorl times current history, Sept. 1915, v. 2: 1064-1069. 

230 Lovejoy, A. O. As to an embargo on arms. 

New republic, Sept. 11, 1915, v. 4: 156-157. AP2.N624,v.4 

231 Sale of munitions of war. 

American journal of international law, Oct. 191t>, v. J. 
927-935. JXl.A6,v.9 

232 Relation of the Austro-Hungarians to the munitions crisis 

m the United States. 
Current opinion, Oct. 1915, v. 59: 221-223. AP2.C9,v.59 

233 Roosevelt, Theodore. International duty and hyphenated 

Americanism. 
Metropolitan, Oct. 1915, v. 4^: no. 6: p. 7-8, 72-76. 

AP2.M5,v.42 

234 Parsons, M. P. Embargo on arms; debate. 

Independent, Nov. 8, 1915, v. 84: 244- AP2.I53.V.84 

235 Rogers, L. American congress and the export of war 

munitions. 
Contemporary review, Dec. 1915, v. 108: 718-728. 

AP4.C7,v.l08 



40 LIBRARY Of CONGRESS 

236 1916 ^Million demand an embargo. 

Literary digest, Feb. 1916, v. 52: 365. ap2.L58,v.52 

237 Harvey, George. See straight and tliink straight. 

North American review, Apr. 1916, v. 203: 498-500. 

AP2.N7,v.203 

238 " Morey, W. C. Sale of munitions of war. 

American journal of international law, July, 1916, v. 10: 
467-491. JXl.A6,v.lO 

239 Gregory, C. N. Neutrahty and the sale of arms. 

American journal of international law, July, 1916, v. 10: 
543-555. JXl.A6,v.lO 



SPEECHES IN CONGRESS AS PRINTED IN THE CON- 
GRESSIONAL RECORD 

63D CONGRESS, 3D SESSION 

240 Porter, Steplieu G. Sale of arms and munitions of war to 

belligerents. Extension of remarks in the House, Mar. 6, 
1915. V. 52, appendix, p. 583-586. 

241 Stephens, Dan Y. The proposed embargo on the exportation 

of arms and ammunition. Speech in the House, J^eb. 2, 
1915. V. 52: pt. 3, p. 2889-2892. 

242 VoUmer, Henrv. Export of arms and ammunition. Extension 

of remarks in the House, Mar. 4, 1915. v. 52, appendix, 
p. 735-737. 

243 Works, John D. War supphes to belhgerent nations. Speech 

in Senate, Dec. 15, 1914, on the biU S. 6862. v. 52, pt. 1, 
p. 202-203. 

64TH CONGRESS, 1ST SESSION 

244 U S Congress. Senate. Proposed embargo on munitions of 

' war. Remarks in the Senate Jan. 27, 1916, on petition 
of the Organization of American women for strict 
neutrality, v. 53, pt. 2: 1612-1620. 

Messrs. Kenyon, Clapp, Hitchcock, Stone, Branclegee, Martine of 
N. J., Clarke of Ark., Robinson, Sutherland, La FoUette, Smoot, 
Curtis. 

245 Gary William J. An embargo on arms and munitions ofwar 

' and other merchandise— honest neutraUty— protection of 
American trade and commerce. Extension of remarlvS m 
the House, May 9, 1916. v. 53, no. 123 (current file): 
8934-8936. 

246 Gardner, Augustus P. The embargo on the munitions of war 

Speech in the Senate, Jan. 7, 1916. v. 53, no. 12 (current 
file): 732-735. 

247 Harrison, Bvron P. [Exportations of arms and ammunition]. 

Speech in the House, Jan. 13, 1916. v. 53, no. 17 (current 
file): 1083-1085. ^ 



42 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

248 Husting, Paiil O. The viper in our midst. Activities of 

Aiiierican eml^argo conference. Speech in the Senate, 
Apr. 27, 1916. v^53, no. 110 (current file): 7860-7865. 

249 Ricketts, Edwin D. Embargo on war munitions. Extension of 

remarks in the House, Feb. 9, 1916. v. 53, no. 41 (current 
file): 2657-2658. 

250 Rodenberg, William A. Shipment of munitions into Mexico. 

Speech in the House, Sept. 6, 1916. v. 53, no. 222 (current 
file): 16320-16322. 

251 Shackleford, Dorsey W. [Embargo on arms and ammuni- 

tion.] Speech in the House, Jan. 10, 1916. v. 53, no. 14 
(current file): 889-891. 

CASES 

252 Gibbons v. Ogden, 9 Wheat. 1, at p. 191. 

253 Paulina's cargo, 7 Cranch 52, at j). 60. 

254 Pennsylvania v. Wheeling Bridge Co., 18 How. 421, at p. 439. 

255 Scott V. Sandford, 19 How. 393, at p. 542. 

256 United States v. Marigold, 9 How. 560, at p. 566. 

257 United States v. The William, District Court, Massachusetts, 

1808, 28 Fed. Cases 614 (Case uo. 16,700). 



INDEX 



(The numbers refer to the items, not to the pages.] 



Adams, Charles Francis 6 

Adams, Hemy 1-4 

Adams, John Quincy 5, 6 

Allinson, B. D 210 

American academy of political and 

social science ] 85 

Ames, Herman V 7 

Anderson, Joseph 82 

Arms and ammunition. See Muni- 
tions in present war. 

Atlay, J. B 144 

Babcock, Kendric 8 

Baker, Sir G. S 145 

Barclay, Thomas 9 

Bartholdt, Richard 189 

Bates, William W 10 

Bayard, James A 83 

Bluntschli, Johann K 139 

Bogart, Ernest L 11, 12 

Bolles, Albert S 13 

Bonfils, Henry J. F. X 140 

Boyd, Carl E 14 

Brandegee, Frank B 244 

Brown, Charles B 84 

Brown. David Walter 15 

Bryant, William Cullen 85 

Buckley, Elton J 160 

Burton, Theodore E 16 

Caines, Clement 86 

Calvert, Thomas Henr>- 17 

Calvo, Carlos 141 

Carey, Mathew 87 

Cary , William J 245 

Channing, Edward 18 

Civis [^yseud.] 124 

Clapp, Edwin J 186 

Clapp, Moses E 244 

Clark, Victor S 19 

Commodities. See Food and other 

commodities. 

Constitutionality of an embargo act . 4,14, 
15, 17, 32, 60, 62, 77, 87, 88, 124, 252, 257 

Curtis, Charles 244 

Daniels, G. W 20 

Davis, George B 142 

Dennis, W. C 185 

Dewey, Davis Rich 21 

Dodd, William E 22 

Drucquer, Maurice N 1 45 

Duvall, William P 105 

Dwight, Theodore 23 



Emott, J 89 

Federal party. New York 90 

Foignet, Ren^ 143 

Food and other commodities 161-184 

Ford , Worthington C 76 

Gallatin, Albert 25 

Gardenier, Barent 91 

Gardner, Augustus P 246 

Gay, Sydney H 26 

Genet, Edmund C. E 92 

Gibbons v. Ogden 62, 252 

Giles, William Branch 93, 94 

Goodrich, Chauncey 95 

Granger, Gideon 96 

Gt. Brit. Foreign office 27-29 

Gregory, C. N 185, 199, 239 

Hale, William B 187 

Hall, William E 144 

Halleck, Henry W 145 

Harlan, W 187 

Harrison, Byron P 247 

Hart, Albert B 30 

Harvey, George 237 

Hershey, Amos S ■ 146 

Hess, Ralph H 173 

Hildreth, Richard 31 

Hillhouse, James 97, 98 

Hitchcock, Gilbert M 244 

Hoist, Hermann Eduard von 32 

Holtzondorff, Franz J. W. P. von. . 147 

Hunt, Gaillard 41 

Husting, Paul 248 

Ingersoll, Charles J 99 

International law 139-158 

Jackson, John G 100 

Jefferson , Thomas 33 

Johnson , Emory R 34 

Johnson, Willis F 35 

Johnston, Alexander 35a 

Kelly, Alexander 90 

Kenyon, William S 244 

King, Charles R 36 

King, Rufus 36 

La Follette, Robert M 1 87, 244 

Lardy, C .' 139 

Lawrence, Thomas J 148 

Lloyd, James 103 

Lodge, Henry Cabot 37, 38 

Logan, Thomas F 173 

Lovejoy, A. 230 

McDonald, S. F 176 

43 



44 



INDEX 



Macdonald, William 39 

McKee, Samuel 105 

McMaster, John B 40 

Mach, E. von 1^^ 

Madison, James "*! 

Marigold, ship. See United States 
r. Marigold. 

Martine, James E 244 

Marvin. Winthrop L 42 

Massachusetts. General court .. . lOG-110 

Medford, Macall ^ 

Merigiihac, Alexandre 149 

Middleton, J 225 

Montgomery, Thomas 10^ 

Moore, John Bassett 150 

Morev, W. C 238 

Morse, John T 43. 44 

Mvmitions in present war 185-251 

Nagel, C 187 

Nicholas, Wilson C - 112 

Ntmia [pseud.] H^ 

Ogden. See Gibbons r. Ogden. 
Oklahoma. University. Univ. ex- 
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Oppenheim, Lassa F. L 151, 155 

Otis, Samuel A 45 

Paine, Ralph D 46 

Park, John 114 

Parsons, M. P 234 

Paulina, ship. 253 

Pennsylvania r. 'Wheeling Bridge 

Co 254 

Philhnore, Sir Robert J., bart 152 

Pickering, Timothy 47, 115-118 

Pitkin, Timothy 48, 49 

Porter, Stephen G 187, 240 

Pradier-Fodere, Paul L. E 153 

Pritchard, Joseph F 178 

Quincy , Edmund 50, 120 

Quincv, Josiah 50, 119, 120 

Randolph- John 121-123 

Rantoul. Robert S 51 

Ricketts, Edwin D 249 

Ringwalt, Roland 180 

Rives, George L 9 

Robinson, Joseph T 244 

Robinson, William A 52 

Rodenberg, William A 250 

Rogers, L 235 

Roosevelt, Theodore 53, 233 

Sandford. See Scott r. Sandford. 

Schouler, James 51 

Schurz, Carl 55 

Scott V. Sandford 255 

Seybert, Adam 56 



Shackleford , Dorsey W 251 

Sidney, Algernon [pseud]. See 
Granger, Gideon. 

Smith, Samuel 127 

Smoot, Reed 244 

Sparks, Edwin E 57, 58 

Speare, C. F 211 

Stephen, James 129-131 

Stephens, Dan \' 241 

Stevens, John A 59 

Stone, William J 244 

Story, Joseph : 60 

Sullivan, William 61 

Sutherland, George 244 

Tavenner, C. 11 187 

Thayer, James P> 62 

Thompson. Charles M 12 

Topsfield , Mass 133 

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Tucker, George F 157 

U. S. Bureau of rolls ami library. . . 65-67 

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House. Committee on foreign 

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Senate - 244 

Committee on foreign rela- 
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Dept. of commerce 191. 192 

Dept. of state 70.193 

Lavs, statutes, etc 71. 101 

President 72, 73 

Treasury dept 74 

United States r. Marigold 256 

United States r. The William. ... 62, 257 

Yarnum, Joseph B 125 

Vollmer, Henry 189, 242 

Walker. Francis A 75 

Walker, Thomas A 154 

Washington, George 76 

Webster, Daniel 77, 137 

Westlake, John 155, 156 

Wheeling Bridge Co. See Penn- 
svlvania r. Wheeling Bridge Co. 

AMielplev. J. D 200 

^Miite, li 219 

William, ship. See United States 
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Wilson, George G 157 

Wilson, Woodrow 78 

Winsor, Justin 79, 80 

Woods, — 1-^8 

Woods, Anderson 194 

Woolsey, Theodore Dwight 158 

Woolsey , Theodore Salisbury 158 

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